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  1. Section 2-8 of the 89 FSM "fuel system'
  2. Classic symptoms of fuel starvation. The pump is weak or the filters/strainer are plugged. They are unable to meet the increased fuel demand of uphill driving. Fuel pressure drops as you go uphill. For the hard starting,don`t forget to adjust the choke pull off
  3. FSM spec is 95 litres/hour while regulated at 43.4 psi.. Deadheaded discharge pressure 61-71 psi. The injectors want 43.4 psi at full boost.
  4. Its flooding because the float valve leaks slightly. Check the fuel level in the sight glass.It will be near the middle where it should be initially,but will rise after sitting.
  5. The stock pump is 1.35-2.06 psi.Certainly not more than the Weber likes. You will be hard pressed to get higher mileage w/an average drive <2 miles. New cap and rotor is almost always good for at least a slight improvement. If it does not stall,overfilling is quite unlikely.You can add a fuel return by swapping the Y fitting from the inlet of the old carb.
  6. All depends on what you are paying for modules.Prices have been highly variable thru the years. Currently,non turbo modules are $10 at Rockauto but turbo ones can be north of $200. I bought a $50 used turbo dizzy for the module and diaphragm.. http://used-auto-parts.net/
  7. Some vintage coils ground one end of the secondary winding to the case.These ones need to be grounded thru the bracket etc. I recall a hot rod V8 that would inexplicably increase idle RPM when you leaned over the motor and touched the block. Turned out that touching the body and motor at the same time improved coil grounding enough to increase idle speed. On our old Subes,only the optical distributor models need grounding thru the coil bracket.( for the primary winding transistor.) Grounding the coil case on the others merely provides a little bit of extra RF noise suppression. The coil primary grounds thru the ignition module (or coil bracket transistor if so equipped, Since the windings are connected(an autotransformer) the high voltage "grounds" to the other end of the secondary winding thru the block,battery, and coil positive whether optical type or not.
  8. I would not replace module and coil based on that info. Since fuel was OK,ignition primary pulses were too and so were the coil and module. I would replace the cap and rotor and await any furthur unlikely developments. A little bit of unseen condensation under the cap is enough to kill the spark. It is possible to replace the module,but,it is often cheaper to replace the whole dizzy.
  9. The FPCU will not work w/o ignition pulses. If a test light on coil negative does not pulse when cranking,you are not going to get fuel. Fuse #5 supplies some FPCU power thru the ACC position of the ignition switch. Run position supplies other power.You should have power on 2 wires w/the key on. .Fuse #13 for the coil.
  10. naru2

    Good cooling fan replacement

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  11. naru2

    Good cooling fan replacement

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  12. Same thing if it is ea81.
  13. Why decide based on hope?Fitment info is readily available.This fan motor is not for a brat. Make Body & Trim Engine & Transmission 1987 Subaru DL Base 1.8L H4 - Gas 1986 Subaru DL Base 1.8L H4 - Gas 1985 Subaru DL Base 1.8L H4 - Gas 1987 Subaru GL Base, Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1986 Subaru GL Base, Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1985 Subaru GL Base, Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1987 Subaru GL-10 Base, Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1986 Subaru GL-10 Base, Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1985 Subaru GL-10 Base, Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1987 Subaru RX Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1986 Subaru RX Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1985 Subaru RX Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas 1986 Subaru XT DL, GL, GL-10 Turbo 1.8L H4 - Gas Get one that fits https://www.ebay.com/itm/Subaru-Brat-Brumby-284-MV-1978-1994-EA81-Engine-Cooling-Fan-Housing/233234834318?hash=item364de1238e:g:ueoAAOSwSeVaKo7- I`m sure there are more closer to home.
  14. naru2

    Factory AC

    Low freon pressure.
  15. Not quite. My 84 turbo has no AC and no direct drive fan. Maybe you meant WITH AC?
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